The Polish conflict

The resolution of the ongoing dispute between the National Bank of Poland (NBP) - the country's central bank, and the government of Poland - supported in parliament by the government coalition and most of the opposition parties, is of considerable importance for Poland's economic development, both current and long term. It is also of significant interest for the European Union, which Poland hopes to join in 2004, and for other countries, especially post-communist and developing ones, that have

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